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Mark123 came up with a replacement to choose Karma winners so I though I'd give it a try.

Post up to enter the Karma and I'll get it out next week.

Inspired by this thread:

http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...0601935/m/2740055874

My Recipe as posted in that thread:

Here is my 100 year old recipe, passed down through the generations. It’s not exact but it doesn’t have to be. This was a family recipe that started in a Jewish Deli in NYC. The deli is gone but the recipe lives on.

Throw a large roaster, into a large pot of water.

Add:

A bunch of celery, sliced
A bunch of carrots, sliced
2 large turnips, chopped
2 large parsnips, sliced
1 bunch of fresh dill, chopped fine
2 tablespoons of paprika
Salt and pepper to taste

* peel carrots, turnips and parsnips first.

Add water so it’s a couple or 3 inches from the rim.

Bring to a boil, stirring so the chicken doesn’t stick to the bottom of the pot.

Simmer for 3-4 hours and cool enough to handle.
Using a colander or large slotted spoon remove bone and skin, discard.

Remove meat, chop it and return to the pot.

Enjoy.


If I’m going to go through making it I’ll make a lot. Can or freeze the rest.

Edited to add, I use a huge stock pot and this makes 12-15 quarts. If this is too much just use a smaller chicken and cut the ingredients in half.

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Lucky #1, in for the Karma (maybe Mark's code has a bug). Thanks!
 
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I'll take a shot. Thanks.

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Well damn, what with the turnips and parsnips and all, gotta say this really sounds tasty and is a significant departure from what we make here. So, yes, I'd be honored to be considered for this taste treat to combat cold weather in these parts. Thanks Jeff! Big Grin



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I would like to try this. Please include me.
 
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Thanks for the Karma! Please add me to the list.
 
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Oh man this is right up my alley.
Please include me and thanks!


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I can always use chicken soup. Please add me. Thanks Jeff.
 
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This sounds delicious! Please throw my name in the hat and thanks!

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Thanks man. If I win I'll even drive to Boone for an in person pick up
 
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Would love to try it.

Thanks!


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I sure would like to try the real stuff. Heard about it, seen pics of it,, but have never seen it in the flesh. I bet it smells real good too. Thanks for the chance.
 
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I'd love to try some of this! Thanks for sharing the recipe!



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i'm in, thanks for the chance.
 
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Not a huge fan of celery, but dang, that sounds good! Please include me in your karma... and thanks for the opportunity!!!


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I can attest that this recipe is wonderful, as I made it yesterday. I made my own karma! Thanks again, Jeff.
 
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Soup for me, please. It sounds delicious. Thank you.
 
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I can attest that this recipe is wonderful, as I made it yesterday. I made my own karma! Thanks again, Jeff.
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